disAbility Connections has been an integral part of Jackson since 1925 and now also serves Hillsdale and Lenawee Counties. We are a unique non-profit agency that assists people with disabilities to overcome barriers and become full participants in our community.
In 2005 we became a Center for Independent Living, a network ofmore than 600 Centers around the country and throughout theworld. We are a recognized leader in improving the way people with disabilities live their lives.
Photos are from the June 3, 2016 disAbility Connections 90th Anniversary Celebration. Art 634 was the perfect venue for our "Roaring 20's" theme. Food, fun and music by Blessing Offor made for a good time for all who attended. To see more pictures or to comment on the party visit our face book page.
the NEW DATE for the
MI-Ability Conference and Expo
April 28, 2017
Lt. Governor Calley "Making the world work better for everyone."
STEARNS PARK BEACH VOTED FIFTH MOST ACCESSIBLE WALKWAY IN THE NATION!
The North walkway begins at the sidewalk by the North Concession Stand and covers the 300 yards down to the water. The south walkway starts from the concrete walkway out to the pier and continues down to the beach area. There is also a walkway in the middle of the beach.VIDEO LINK
Pedaling for Parkinson's - Jackson YMCA
Classes are held three times a week-- Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 11:00 -12:00 at the Jackson YMCA, 127 W. Wesley, Jackson, MI 49201. Classes run in 8 week sessions. Participants can register at any time.
For additional information you can contact Marilyn Guidinger at (517) 914-5186 or contact Shawna Tello at the Jackson YMCA at (517) 782-0537